The ministry responds to a report of the government's plan to build new airports to serve the northern region.
Enforcement authorities can find out a foreigner's real intention in coming to Malaysia using the 'psychometric' system.
The airports operator hopes to replace the baggage handling system and aerotrains at KLIA.
Roger Teoh hails MAHB's plans to introduce airside transfers and interlining, saying this will ensure greater convenience for passengers and boost efficiency for airline operators.
Malaysia Airports welcomes the decision, saying it shows Putrajaya's confidence in them
Malaysia Airports announces a major campaign to promote the country.
Penang Chinese Chambers of Commerce meet state government to express concern over the Kulim project.
However, he says police are capable of detecting and intercepting the movement of terrorist groups in the country.
The Metropolitan Police's counter-terrorism command is investigating white postal bags that contained small devices, one of which was opened, causing it to ignite.
Police say there has also been a rise in the number of taxi touts.
The budget airline is currently testing the technology.
The airport operator expects Malaysian passenger traffic to grow by 4.9% in 2019.
The decision came after Pakistan said it had shot down two Indian Air Force planes in its airspace Wednesday.
The airports operator says AirAsia should stop making false claims and let the court decide on the matter.
The targets are set by Mavcom to ensure consistent passenger comfort at the airport.
The group CEO of MAHB details plans for the year, which include massive upgrades and improvements to systems to ensure better facilities and comfort for passengers.
More than half of 1,050 arranged for Duesseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart flights were blocked.
The UK government can now deploy drone detection systems nationwide.
The government needs to resolve the issue of unequal PSC collections as there is a lot at stake.
The airline remains defiant despite being sued by the airport authority for failing to pay millions of ringgit in passenger tax.
IDEAS says the new levy of RM20 for those flying to Asean countries and RM40 for other international destinations will affect Malaysia's 'competitive advantage'.
Malaysia may see two million fewer tourists if this levy, ranging from RM20 to RM40, is imposed.
Roger Teoh is not convinced that the northern part of Peninsular Malaysia needs more airports.
Bukit Tambun assemblyman Goh Choon Aik says since it costs a lot of money, this matter should be collectively decided.
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